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"Why is it our esteemed contenipoinvy
lias let up on the "Quinine raeket." Did
those figures in tlio Iidi-r (tret in prick
the free trade bubble For the benefit
of some who have read the quinine talk
in Jhe Journal Tin-; 1Ikk.i.i will id an
early day republish the litUr Otetu's
editorial on that topic, which very com
pletely exposes the false stateinciiU and
theories of the cobdenitcs.
It is said that our English premier, Mr.
Bayard, whose views have all along been
so un-American as to call forth severe
criticism from patriotic people, is now in
favor of giving the Canadians free access
to our ports, thus making it more profit
able for nVhcrmen to live in Canada,
close to the fishing ground, rather than
in the United States. In effect Urn would
almost depopulate many coast town? in
The recent elections in England have
returned Tory members by increased ma
jorities. Although Gladstone is a very old man,
yet ho seems never to give up the light
for the success of the Liberal party, with
home rule for Ireland as one of his party
tenets. Defeat seems only to nerve the
grand old ex-premier to greater t x ition
in favor of his party, which everybody
believes will ere long be successful.
Speaking of the I'epublicnn paily tin
Journal of this city says:
It is perfectly willing to make whisky
cheap and plenty, if it can continue the
exactions that make fuel and clothing
dear and house rent high. "What a grand
eld hypocrite that "grnnd old party!"
What a "grand old hypocrite" that
would give utterance to the above, v. h.n
there is not the first. scintilla of evidence
on which to base such an assertion. The
republican party from James ci.
IHaine down stands opposed to tak
ing off the whisky tax, and" every man
that reads the newspapers knows it.
.Heretofore the IIkhai.d has given (lit
".Nebraska City liar precedence but a more
thorough acquaintance with C. "Whopper
leads ua to think that the Nebraska City
liar is a few points behind.
A writkk in the current number of
the North Amercan lletitw puts it very
well when he says: "Pulses beat more
quickly, the joy of battle lights up many
faces, and it is a dramatic moment when
the vessel chased as a merchantman opei s
hatches for her devilish crew to
swarm on deck, drops the seeming str:pe
and discloses shotted guns, and ri:ns up
the black flag. Freebooter and free
trader have much in common. There
has been enough of piratieal concealment,
' enough of false pretence. With joy men
see that President Cleveland, brave as
men often are who do not comprehend
what they are doing, strips off democrat
ic disguise, loads his annual message
with free trade theoriesand propositions of
startling breadth and menning, and com
pels his party to fight against protection
or seek another candidate."
We have a surplus, it is true, of many
millions, yet the ialse economists who pa
rade as financiers in the management of
the Government, are short on the current
expense account in the sum of eleven
millions. Federal courts have been com
pelled to adjourn for lack of funds to
carry on the courts, and the business of
the couutry has in many ways suffered on
account of lack of funds being set apart
by Congress to transact regular Govern
- This is a theory of democracy, ' Let
the country suffer but spare no pains and
go to ay extent to make a little cheap
capital for the party as a reform organi
zation. While the democratic party very effec
tually destroyed the surplus in 1SG0, ii
is the opinion of thinking men that if
they had full control for four years the
surplus would disappear in a manner
that would excite the admiration of the
celebrated confederate cross-roads post
master. NEBRASKA'S PliOSPERIT Y.
With more than half a million in its
school fund and nearly a million clean
cash in its treasury, there is no reason
why Nebraska should not be counted
among the most thrifty the tonstella
tion of states. Omaha Ht-raUt.
Yes, a repub ican state government and
a protective tariff usually produces the
The standard remedy for liver com
plaint is West's Liver Pill-; they never
disappoint you. ju puis .'.c.
rick's drujr store.
One of the favorite arguments of the
free traders is that the abolition of the
tariff would make the price of what he
consumes cheaper to the American work-
lug man. This argument, ignores the fact
tU it uotiiingib cheap for the would-be pur
chaser that is beyond his purtLaking
power. If free trade should destroy
our industries it would be poor cousola.
tion for the man who is living in enforced
idleness to tell him that he can get his
clothes and other necessaries of life much
cheaper than he could get them when he
was working. Such a man would natur
ally ask: Where am I going to get the
money to purchase your cheap-made
goods.' Your free trade has deprived
me of work, and if I do get another job
I must be satisfied with much lower
wages man i was accustomed to receive
formerly, and I shall consequently find
. J 1 T
t dilhcult to purchase your cheap-made
Professor Thurston, of Cornell Uniycr-
suy, states tue case very well wnen, in
replying to the free-trade arguments
certain college professors, he says:
"The farmer would not be likely
think that if he could get his family
nouscu unu cioineu at lower prices lie
might gain in the end, even though the
market for his grain and his vegetables,
his milk and his butter, were removed to
the other side of tho Atlantic by the de
portation of the industries which gave
all his customers their ready money, and
while lie might be restored to the primi
tive and stimulating, though somewhat
unpleasant, condition of his grandfather
in the days of agriculture only for rev
enue. The mechanic would certainly
not any the less strongly believe that if
our markets are supplied with manufact
ured products from Europe at such prices
as now there prevail, he and his fellows,
if able to get work at all, must content
tlieniseivca witn precisely tlicsc low rates
of compensation and correspondingly
miserable methods of liying, or of pro
longed dying, rather, as are to-day wit
nessed in many paits of Great Britain
and on tho Continent, father, mother
and children babies almost included
v.orking all through the hours of da
light to get the scanty food and clothing.
the wretched habitations and the priv
ilege ot barest existence, for which in
stinct rather than reason compels them to
struggle so hopelessly. lie would ot
tho less, see that individual proepcrity is
dependent upon general prosperity, and
that to secure good business for himself
he mu-t help maintain good business
conditions for his neighbors."
The above argument is easily grasped
by the dullest intellect. To a man who
nan a nxca income irte trade would ie a
benefit, because it would enable him to
purchase more with Ids money than he-
can now. But to the seventeen millions
and more of producers in this country
who depend upon what th products of
meir laoor ui 1111 in me inaiKer, neeiraue
would mean the diminution of their com
pensation for their labor whic h would
necessarily entail the lowering ot their
standard of living. Irisli World.
Two Sensible Ladios.
One that studies health before vanity
and one that does not behove all she
reads or hears, practical experience is
every day teaching that the words given
with Dr. V atson s Special Cough Cure,
is practically relieving the physicians
from advising a hopeless case of Con
sumption a change of climate necessary,
to le left to die among strangers. The
Specific Cough Cure is warranted, if di
rections are carefully complied with, to
relieve, if not cure, the worst and most
hopeless cases the world ever saw. Price
oOc and $1. For sale by W. J. Warrick.
The Public Eye
Is what troubles many Publishing testi
monials of cures, unknown is condemned
by the Quaker Medicine Company and
those who have occasion to use Balyeat's
Fir Tonic for the blood and indigestion
and Dr. Watson's New Specific Cough
Cure are free to speak their experiences.
No cure, no pay required. Price 50c
and $1. For sale by the following drug
gist: Y. J. VV arrick.
Who is Your Bast Friend?
Your stomach of course. Why?
cause it it is out ot ortter you are
one of the most miserable crea
tures living. Give it a fair, honorable
chance and see if it is not the best friend
you have in the cud. Dont't smoke in
the morning. Don't drink in the morn
ing. If you must smoke and drink wait
until your stomache is through with
breakfast. You con drink more and
smoke more in the evening and it will
tell on you loss. If your food ferments
and does not digest right if you are
troubled with Heartburn, Dizzineft of
the head, coming up of the food after
eating, Biliousness, Indigestion, or any
other trouble of the stomach, you had
best use Green's August Flower, as no
person can use it without immediate re
lief. Notice of Salo Under Chattel
Notice is lsereny irtven that iy virtue ot a
chattel niiirtae daled on tne Tt It day of Dec
ember. i8R7. a il !u!y nled ad recoitled in the
ofii.-e of the county Clerk r-i tas c..uuty, Neb
raska, on the loth day of December, lStT and
executed bv J . S. Duke l o Siteraian S. Jtwett
& C: . to secure the payment of the
um of ?soo.oo rtii'l upon which there is now
due the "inn of soh 02. Do ault havinir been
Mia;!" in the paymt-iit ol said rum. 1 hi reiore
I will sell the urooerty therein described, viz :
The entire stock of stoves, tinware, and shelf
nd ueaty Irirdware a"d fixtures of the store-
room. A I' vaunted in brick buildW'jr on east j
half lot eiUt !Hl iiiock tenty-iiine (2!1 iu the
eitv ol PIatt:noiitli. at public auction at the
front door ol rue above nessriueu store ouiiqidk
in the olfv of I'lat turnout h.l ass lOiinty.MDras-
ka. oo the 2:ird day of January, 1pS, at the
hour of ten o'clock a. m. of raid day.
Oil EitVIAN S.JKWrrT I O.,
W. S. Wi :k. gt. and Alty. Mortatees.
tor iio. tKagee.
.i si'ecimkn fi:i:i:-ti:me
a U ME NT.
Life's most essential friend, I drink to theo
And thy advancement in this o'erfr&il world.
Tby laws thou dost not veil in mystery;
"Tls we, ourselves. Thy banner thou unfurled
Dost fling from every hilltop. Tiiou dost plead
With us to thrust ankle the vanities
That do so v. nrp body and mind. We heed
Thee not, and he who should a Hercules
Have leen In stature grand, and grand In all
Intelligence, shrunken and dwarfed remains.
Heaven speed the time when the enshrouding poll
Of worldunrss shall be thrown oft"; when veins
With ruddy health shall run, uud every man
Reflect God's linage, perfect as his plan.
Sarah Louise Morris in Inter Ocean.
ROMANCE OF A ROSEBUSH.
"It Is all fol de rol," said Miss Ilenri
rietta Henshaw, Bitting bolt upright In
her bamboo rocker. "It Is all fol de rol,
I say, for people to think they must make
up gimcracks that nobody wants and scat
ter them about among their friends."
"But it for a birthday present, aunt."
"Well, what of that Do you suppose
because my birthday happens to bo com
ing that I want any one to give me an
ungainly pincushion with two lis worked
In the center?"
"What if there should bo three Hsr"
said Lottie, slyly, remembering old Peter
Hammond's clumsy attentions, with, as
he admitted, "an eye to a snug home."
"What's that you say?" snapped Miss
Lottlo did not venture a repetition, but
sat demurely, considering what, under
the stress of circumstances, she should do.
Lottie was Miss Henrietta's orphan niece,
and had been a member of her household
for nearly a year. She had learned dearly
to love the prim old lady, though that
love was not unmixed with fear. Her
wants had all been kindly anticipated and
generously supplied; but now she had
come to her aunt with a request for a few
shillings to spend on trifles, of which Miss
Iletta diH not approve, and had been flat
Oh, dear, what should she do? narry
had always brought her some tasteful gift,
and she did so want to make him a hat
band for liis new Derby. She had dreamed
that she could not, and had put it off till
tho last moment.
The great drops welled up suddenly to
her eyes. If Miss Iletta saw any symp
toms of heartache, she had had heartaches
herself, and they had never killed her yet.
But Lottie did not mean to droop. Auntie
was usually kind, and was albeit her only
living relative except Harry. Well,
Barry was not a relative exactly and, oh,
dear, if she could only have a hatband.
She forced back the rebellious tears,and
went singing about the house like the
blithe girl she was.
Tho birthday morning arrived, ana tlie
problem of Ilafrry's present was still un
solved. "If I could just give him some
thing," she sighed, looking wistfully down
the long street. "Oh," she said, suddenly,
clasping her hands, "I will, I will! What
a happy thoughtl" And she fairly jumped
into her cloak and hat and went skipping
down the street.
Dr. Beach, an eccentric bachelor, dved
in the rather lonely house at the extreme
end of the street. Lottie was never sick
herself, and Aunt Iletta never employed
Dr. Beach for her occasional ailments; yet
the bright hearted girl had contrived to
make the acquaintance of the uncouth
doctor, who liked her and called her
"What if the dear old man was a little
gruff? He was good." And into his
office Lottie now went, assured of a warm
welcome. Absorbed in her own. interest
and intent olher errand, she approached
the bay window where stood the great
monthly rose bush which had been the
wonder and envy of the admiring public
since almost before Lottie was born.
"Oh, doctor," she said, "I came to ask
if you would be so kind as to give me
three or four of those lovely buds?"
"What for?" growled the doctor, sav
"You see," she began, "I wanted to
make something pretty for a birthday
gift for for a friend, but I could not,"
choking a little, "and I had almost given
up hope of anything, when this morning,
as I glanced down the road, your beauti
ful roses seemed to say, 'Come after us,'
so hero I am. Flowers are always nice to
give, you know, and I had none."
"Humph J hy couldn't you make
what 3ou wanted to?"
"Aunt Hetta would not let me."
"Humph! Is not Henrietta Henshaw
good to you?" he demanded, bristling up.
"Un. yes, as Kina as can ne. uut sue
does not believe in birthday gifts, she
"Hadn't you any money yourself?"
"She might give you a cent or two from
time to time; then you would have a fund
to draw from."
"Oh, she does; I had $5 Monday that I
had not needed to use. But I saw Jennie
and Tommy Elroy, with their little bare
toes peeping out of their old shoes
So you squandered your money to
clothe the feet of those little vagabonds?"
growled the doctor, wondering why he
hadn't seen the bare toes.
Yes, I got shoes and the nicest red
stockings. Jennie cried and cried when
she hugged me because she was so
glad," related Lottie, her quick tears
The doctor rubbed his knuckles vin
dictively in his own eyes.
Well, little miss, if you had known
you could not get any more money tor
your flummery, would you have spent all
you had on the little boggars?"
"I don't know j I hope so; I'm sorry
you askea me. i reaiiy tnmK l snouia.
But I did want the other so dreadfully
that I might have 6aved out a little."
"You could have cot brown stockings."
"So I could. But I guess I'm glad I did
not; the red ones are so much prettier,
and the poor like pretty thlng3 as well as
The doctor looked ponderingly on the
little miss. She was a pretty creature,
and as Innocent as Bne was pretty.
Though she was 17, her looks and appear
ance would hardly -have claimed for her
fifteen well rounded years.
"It is a bridal rose," said Lottie, keep
ing her errand In mind, as she looked ad
miringly into the great bush, whose beau
tiful blossoms rivaled the wlftteness of
"Humph! I suppose so. You would not
think now that it had spoiled a wedding.
But it did, just fifteen years ago this
Lottie looked in alarm at the white,
You would not think, either, that a
gruff old fellow liko me could ever have
got a woman to say she would have him."
"Oh, yes, 1 wouhi," said little; "l
think you are tho nicest man in the world
"I was going to say, Harry."
"Exceedingly fine compliment you are
paying me. You expect some of my choicest
flowers for that tidbit of flattery. "
Lottlo did not reply, but looked In Ktich
consternation from the rosebush to himself
that the doctor could not but smile.
"You would like to bear tho story?
Well, it never came from my lips before,
little mi3S, but I will give it to you. You
see I had been a medical student under
old Dr. West, and when ho died I got my
diploma and stuck my shingle out here.
Soon after that I got acquainted with ua
trim a built girl hs you often see, and
after a while, somehow or other, we be
came engaged. I was young and had my
way to make, and wo resolved to wait
two years before settling down. Over
back of the hills yonder there lived a girl
named Nancy Brown, a pretty, pale crea
ture, who seemed just ready to go oil to
the angels. I was called to attend her,
and I wanted to do my best. I knew they
could never pay me a cent, and perhaps
for that reason I went a little oftener
than I needed. Nancy had one precious
thing, her rosebush; small then, but giv
ing promise of great things. It did seem
as If everybody begrudged it to her, for
half the town, in one way or another,
sought to make It worth her while to give
"Perhaps the motives were good. But,
though Nancy was in comparative pov
erty, no gold was yellow enough to buy her
one treasure. Well, her fragility proved
not to be incipient consumption after all,
and time went on until within twenty
four hours of my wedding day, and that
morning I was in my office litre on tho
watch for my sweetheart, who soon, all
smiles and blushes, with the consciousness
that it was the lost time as a maiden,
came tripping down the street. 1 went
out to meet her. This bush, not half an
large as it is now, stood hero in my window.
" 'Oh,' said my bride that wns to be, in
a pretty rapture, 'Nancy has sold you he
rose! Did you cross it root and brand:
with silver coin?'
" 'Not I. Nancy gave it to me of her
own sweet will.'
"A jealous flush came over my girl's
" 'I thought,' she said, 'that your visits
there were more frequent than her illness
called for. You love her, ami if you arc
fair to her you are false to me.'
"I made a sharp reply. She had charge
me with double dealing. We were both
terribly angry, 'iiio next morning we
were to have been married. That was
fifteen years ago, and we have ntver
s;oke n together since. J'.ancy was going
away to fulfill a promise made iu child
hood, and she gave me her ro:;e because
iiau 'saved her liie tor her lover. i'cr-
naps l hao; but she had unknowingly
ruined mine. I kept the bush, and it ha:-
blossomed every month with all its might.
More than one young mother has begged
of uic sonic dainty buds to clasp in her
dead baby's hand, and many a bride has
pleaded with sweet lips for just
blossoms to gem her hair. I Lave deide
them all, and have never cut one of th
flowers until it withered from the stein.
It was not for Nancy's sake, either, but
somehow tor the lite that was to have
"But you did not love your sweetheart
much," ventured Lottie, winking off the
salt drops that had collected on her long
"Not love her?" roared the doctor.
"Zounds! can a. vlnt like vou undertake
to gauge the depths of a man's soul
"If you had you would have acted dif
ferently," bravely asserted this small
council of one, sitting in judgment, with
her chin resting on her hand.
"Acted dillerenlly," thundered the
irate doctor. "Pray, Miss Wisdom, how
should 1 have acted?"
"lou would have said to your sweet
heart, 'I do not love Nancy, but I do love
her rose, bhe is going away and gave it
to me in gratitude.' But 1 give .the rose
and myself and all that I have to vou, be
cause I love you better than, all he world
Then, don't you see that everything would
have been smooth, and you would have
been all these years full of joy!"
"Zounds! so I should!" exclaimed the
excited doctor, rising to his feet. "John,
come in here, ne cancel, "iieip me
wrap up this rose tree. There, put it on
3'our hand sled and draw It homo for this
3oung lady and set it in the house. And
you, little miss, present it with my com
pliments and best wishes to Miss Hen
rietta Henshaw. Good heavens, what a
fool!" said the doctor, striking his bald
head a vigorous thump, when left alone,
iottie tuu as sne was bidden, giving
Aunt Iletta such a galvanic shock as to
paralyze her; but the good lady came to
enough to glance furtively down the street
to see really that the "impertinent white
thing". was no longer staring at her from
the doctor's bay window. She had a bay
window, too, looking southward, and into
it she contrived to roll the groat box with
its wealth of white blossoms.
The doctor, looking stealthily out from
his dismantled corner, drew his own con
clusions. "Ahem!" said Miss Hetta. "Ilowlong
would it take to work that nonsense you
were talking about?"
"I could get it done by night," gasped
Lottie, all of a delicious tremble.
"Well, child, I did not mean to be cross.
Take this and do as you please with it."
Lottie's hand closed quickly over tho
gold coin; she did uot need a tenth of it,
and she worked the whole afternoon, to
the detriment of her blue eyes and the
loss of her supper, till on a garnet ribbon
a broad satin stitch of gold, ornamented
with tiny forget-me-nots, lettered out tho
II. B. M. which stood not for Her Britan
nic Majesty, but some one every bit ,as
regal Henry B. Manvers, otherwise Har-
She had run down to the hall, which
was flooded with light, and greeted Harry,
and had just secured the hatband in his
hat when the parlor doors were thrown
open, and there stood Aunt Iletta, blush
ing through the frosts of forty winters.
with great heaps of white roses massed iu
her hair and clustered on her bosom. Dr.
Beach, pompous and portly, was at Ler
"Here, little miss," he shouted, "jou
and that rascal run for the parson."
The wily physician had armed himself
with a ring and a strip of paper signed by
the town clerk, and before one could say
"Jack Robinson" Vo knot was tied that
transformed Miss Henrietta Henshaw into
Mrs. Dr. Beach.
Lottie was so bewildered that she could
never tell whether she eaid yea or nay
when Henry asked her to be his wife.
But the young rascal seems to know, for
he is building wondrous castles in tho
In th,e sunny parlor, close beside the
great rose tree, stands an elegant pia"r.c
a birthday offering to "little miss" from
Ler "Uncle Doctor." Cleveland Sun.
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with their "amens" and tho jingle of
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Convulsion!!. Kita. Nervous Neuralgia, Head
aeli. NMVMiUH rro.stration caused ly t lie life
if ttlcoliol or tolacro. Wakefulness, Menial lit
predion. Hof It'iiiuj: of the liraln ireult lnt In ln
K;uilty aril !e:i(lun t' iiiinery, decay and i-atli,
Tenialiirc old A;e. liarrciiiu'NS, I,osh of I'uw-
r Iu cither s x. Involuntary !.(. aud Sper-nat-
n lio-a causi-d by over-exertion of I lie
brain, selfabusp or over-Indulgence hacli box
:;ontalns one nioiilir treatment. 1W) a box
rsix boxes for $.1.00, sent by mall prepaid ou
receipt of price
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
r cure any cane. With eai li order received
y us for six boxes, nccoinpaiiied with $5.00,
.ve will send the purchaser cur written cuaraii
e to return the money if the treatment does
ut effect a cure. Ciuarantees Issued only by
vill J. Warrick sole agent, riattsinoutli. Neb.
Use Dr. lilack's Rheumatic Cure if
t don't do you any good come iu and
re will give you your money back. For
ale by" Smith Si JJlack.
We will pay the above reward for any
ease of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick
headache, indigestion, constipation or
eosti veness we cannot cure with
West's Vegetable Liyer l'illi, w hen the
directions are strictly complied with.
They are purely veiretable, nnd never
fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes
containing :!0 sugar coated pill, 2Cc.
For sale by all druggists, lieware of
counterfeits and imitations. The genu
ine manufactured only by John . Wi ll
& Co., 802 AV. Madison St. Chicago, Its
Sold by W. ..I Warrick.
finest sr. id freshest line of meats
kinds in their season.
to suit the demand our Ir.tde. Give us a trial,
J'etweed Fifth and Sixth.
Estate Litgation a specialty. Co.-
IXSU ANCE can get it Ly ap
old Fhcunix, of Hartford, yEtna, of
anywhere, and the rates are as low
of iieal tv fur sale. Loth im.
some of the most desirable reei-
Jf property is wanted either within the
of the additions to the t-'ttv. it m., l.
he same v ith us.
sri. rs fa f
the city can be purchased at this
- third down,
balance in one and
they have. in view the purchase of
will be driven to the Fark free of
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